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‘Tunic’ is more than just a ‘Zelda’ clone with a cute fox

Tunic looks like a game that's taken a lot of inspiration from SNES era Zelda titles — and when Xbox's E3 2018 showcase is an awful lot of games with guns, zombies or unexplained apocalyptic surroundings, it was a welcome panacea. Meet the...

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A DC-themed Snapchat Lens could get you into Comic-Con

You're not completely hosed if you missed your chance to attend San Diego Comic-Con...

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‘Skyrim’ isn’t coming to Amazon’s Alexa

Bethesda is aware. Enough Skyrim ports

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Airbnb lets hosts offer their homes for future emergencies

Airbnb hosts have long had the opportunity to offer free housing during emergencies. What about making yourself available ahead of time?

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2019 Lexus ES promises new levels of performance and sophistication

Lexus has rolled out the seventh-generation of the ES vehicle with the unveiling of the 2019 Lexus ES. The new ES gets an all-new chassis allowing a more dynamic and exterior and for 2019 the first ES F Sport model is offered.

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Google salad emoji ditches egg, possibly for vegans

Google is all about diversity and inclusiveness, the company says, and it has gone to lengths big and small to prove it. Speaking of the latter of the two, the company recently highlighted one of those smaller changes in a tweet: it has updated its salad emoji to remove the egg, making it more inclusive for vegans. As you’d expect, … Continue reading

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Facebook notifies 14M users of a bug that made status posts public 

Facebook is notifying 14 million users around the world about a bug that changed their privacy setting default to public, which could have led to them accidentally broadcasting updates that were meant for friends only. The bug surfaced in mid-May, an...

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Google Photos’ web version now behaves like a native app

Not everyone can justify downloading the Google Photos app on their phone, and that just hasn't been an option on computers. Now, however, you don't have to think about that choice: users have discovered that Photos is now available as a Progressive...

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Report: Facebook gave Apple, Samsung broad access to user data

Facebook may have violated a 2011 FTC consent degree by giving Apple, Samsung, BlackBerry and other device makers detailed access to user data, according to the New York Times. The social network struck partnerships with at least 60 device makers so...

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Flight Sim Labs threatens Reddit mods with libel over DRM thread

It might not be that good at making tools to protect its DRM, but Flight Sim Labs seem to be pretty good at stirring up controversy for itself. Earlier this year, the popular flight simulation developers were discovered to have “erroneously” implemented an anti-piracy mechanism that harvested some users’ Google Chrome passwords.

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